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Supports for Employees and Visitors

Sexual Violence Response Specialist

The Sexual Violence Response Specialist (SVRS) is a central point of contact and support for all Sheridan students, faculty and staff who have experienced or been affected by sexual violence.

The Sexual Violence Response Specialist is available during business hours from Monday to Friday:

Campus Safety Services

Campus Safety Services is available to address safety concerns on campus, including to provide an escort to and from parking lots, residences, pathways and hallways, classes, work location, etc., and for obtaining information to create an Incident Report.

Campus Safety Services are available for 24/7 on-campus support:

Counselling services

Sheridan employees have complimentary access to a variety of professional support resources and tools, including counselling, through TELUS Health Employee and Family Assistance Program (EFAP). The EFAP is available 24/7/365 for confidential support.

To access the LifeWorks Care Access Centre, employees may:

  • Call the LifeWorks Care Access Centre: 1-844-880-9142
  • Use Online Access (Canada only): www.workhealthlife.com

What to do if you've become aware of Sexual Violence

If you’ve witnessed sexual violence or become aware of sexual violence, we'll help you by providing available resources and necessary support to report the incident. As a Sheridan employee, governor or contractor, you have a duty to immediately report all incidents and suspected incidents of sexual violence to the Sexual Violence Response Specialist (905-845-9430, ext. 8430 or svrs@sheridancollege.ca). If you're unsure what you've witnessed, please still reach out and we can provide support.

If you're a visitor to campus, please report the incident to Campus Safety Services at 905-815-4044 (available 24/7) or use the emergency phones located inside and outside at all of Sheridan's campuses:

Sheridan faculty, staff and students can find more information by visiting the Sexual Violence page on Sheridan Central (Sheridan login required).

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